Beebe Plumbing offers the experience and tools to service and repair your drainage problems.
Since your sewer main is buried deep underground your sewer pipe is probably one of those things you never think of until it becomes a problem. But, everything you flush, or pour down your toilet, sink or shower ultimately leaves your house through that sewer pipe. And when it does clog, the result is one of the homeowner’s worst disasters and the messiest to deal with. Backups not only look revolting, but smell horrible and due to bacterial contamination, can compromise the health of an entire family.
Plumbing professionals use special tools to de-clog dammed up drains and most homeowners don’t have access to them and don’t usually have them stored in their tool kits.
Calling in a professional plumber to deal with and repair drainage problems is really the only guaranteed way to save money by getting an accurate diagnosis and implemented solutions for long term results. The plumber you call should be skilled, highly trained and experienced in their specialty area and quickly be able to diagnose problems and implement the solutions to get everything running smoothly again.
Leak problems for sinks and faucets are a common issue faced by people at home and the workplace. It is very tough to handle complex leak issues occurring because of faulty water supply systems or gas pipelines. People often need professional leak identification services for identifying and repairing such problems. Nowadays, leak detection service providers are using many advanced technologies, such as helium leak detectors and infrared thermography, which detect the location and the cause of pipeline leaks with precision.
You can control the rising energy costs of your home or growing business. By hiring a professional to find and fix, these leaks you can save money on your water and gas bills.
Beebe Plumbing offers same day service for water leak detection and plumbing services in Phoenix, Arizona and surrounding areas.
Beebe plumbing has the knowledge and expertise to ensure that repairs are properly made to your foundation.
Slab leaks can be quite costly if they go undiscovered for a long time. And the worst part is that they can happen to anyone, even those who think that they’ve done all they can to prevent them.
Slab leaks can happen in two different locations, which can be found at the foundation of your home. Because these locations are hidden, the leaks can go on for weeks without your knowledge and can cause a lot of damage to your plumbing, affect the sanitation of your home, and cause your utility bill to balloon up.
If you don’t want this to happen to you, there are a few things that you can have done, the first of which is have a regular maintenance of your plumbing. A routine checkup on the sewer line and the incoming water line are both very helpful in preventing slab leaks to happen.
However, if you already know that you have leaks, there is no other alternative but to have it fixed. In doing so, you should always keep in mind that you have to hire a professional that will make ensure the proper workmanship on the pipes. It is important that the pipes be cut perfectly clean and straight, otherwise it will just be a potential cause of leak later on.
Getting a reliable plumbing service agency is a tough task even for simple plumbing. Beebe Plumbing provides Phoenix residents with fast, friendly service for all plumbing related issues. Whether it’s a major blockage of drainage the system of your home or a minor issue such as a leak, you can rely on the services provided by our plumbing technicians. There’s always a need of a plumber in your house for plumbing services. Our technicians work on both installation and repairing of sewage system. They provide you relief from leaky pipes, blocked drains and damaged bathroom or kitchen fittings. Our professionals have a good idea about the causes that can initiate leakage or breakage of pipes and can work on avoiding them at the beginning. They also provide safety to your pipes by applying protection methods while fitting. For the finest level of service for your Phoenix plumbing repairs – all with a satisfaction guarantee, contact Beebe Plumbing today.
To avoid costly repairs to your plumbing, it is wise to do some preventative maintenance on your home plumbing system.
Water pressure is an essential factor in giving you a decent and adequate water supply to your home. One of the problems you might encounter is the loss of pressure on a certain plumbing appliance. Loss of pressure could mean one of 3 things. One, there’s a leak somewhere along your water pipelines. Two, something’s clogged up in your line. Three, something is going on with the company supplying you water.
Another important factor in your plumbing system aside from the pipes and fixtures are your drains. Observe how fast the water goes down the drain. Overtime, you may notice that it takes longer for the water to go down. This is an early sign telling you that a clog may happen. Chances are, something is already clogged in the drain line, but its not causing any major problems. It is best to address this early because as time goes by, that small clog will start to collect other materials like human hair, dust or whatever goes down the drain.
The toilet is probably one of the most significant pieces of plumbing appliances. The number one problem is clogs caused by a back up. Do not flush anything else other than your “human waste” down the toilet. Paper may seem harmless but it eventually builds up and may clog the drain. If you are going to use toilet paper and flush them down, look for those biodegradable ones that dissolve in water overtime. Another common problem of toilets are the inner workings of the toilet’s tank. Sometimes the parts and valves in them malfunction. It would be wise to replace these parts if years have gone by because sooner or later they will fail and you don’t want it to fail during the most crucial times.
As for your other plumbing appliances, check to make sure that you spot leaks on the sink, bathtub or shower. Finding them early will save you headaches and money. These leaks are likely to be caused by cracked, hollow or loose tiles around the plumbing fixture. You might also want to have a plumber check to see if the gaskets in your faucets are still functional because they’ll wear out eventually since you do use them almost everyday.
One last plumbing appliance you may need to examine is the hot water heater. Check the heater’s burner chamber. See if there is rust around it. It may need cleaning or even get replacement if necessary. Check the flame of the heater. The color of the flame should be blue. If you see hints of yellow then that means the burner needs to be cleaned. You should also consider cleaning the inside of the water heater. Overtime, sediments in the water may build up inside it.
So how often should you do these preventive measures? It’s nothing more complicated than just once a year. If you’ve done your preventive maintenance then you will save a lot of time, money and headaches.
Water is the most important substance for sustaining human life, which is why water quality testing and other analysis procedures are so vitally important to our health.
Unless you live in a rural area and use well water (and even then you may have your water tested for quality and safety on your own), your municipal supply is regularly tested and analyzed to determine whether it is potable and whether any potentially hazardous pathogens or contaminants are present which may endanger the health of those who rely on this source.
Water quality testing isn’t only confined to large scale water systems such as on the municipal level nor to the laboratory environment. There are also a wide variety of different water analysis instruments and testing devices which have been designed for residential use. Because there is a growing interest on the part of consumers in knowing exactly what is in the water that they drink and these water testing devices for the home are becoming increasingly commonplace, Beebe Plumbing is pleased to offer this service to our customers.
In most cases, backflow device installation and testing is a responsibility incurred by owners of commercial and industrial property. However, in some cases, even homeowners find themselves in circumstances in which backflow devices must be installed and tested annually. One such case would be when a homeowner has installed a lawn irrigation system that is metered independently from the original potable water supply to the residence.
Most homeowner’s don’t realize that their water bill does not include a charge or fee for backflow device testing. Also, the water supplier (from whom they purchase their water) owns only the water lines from their source up to and including the water meter. Beyond the meter, including water pipes, a backflow device, etc. belongs to the homeowner. Which means, the water supplier is not required by law to perform the device testing or repairs, and usually they do not.
Backflow testing is done by an independent contractor who has obtained certification from the state. The contractor must complete a state approved training course, including a written test, and a practical (hands on) test, which must be passed in order to receive the certification. Beebe Plumbing is licensed to provide this service throughout the Phoenix Valley.